Ghibli Museum


1-1-83 Shimorenjaku
Inokashira Park, Mitaka-shi
181-0013 Tokyo, Japan


+81 5 7005 5777

NileGuide Expert tip:

Buy your tickets in advance, either at a Lawson convenience store in Japan, or abroad. This place fills up quick!


It's only appropriate that a trip to a museum dedicated to the works of Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki (think Spirited Away) feels like a romp through a funky forest. Nestled in the backwoods of Kichijoji's hip Inokashira Park, the Ghibli Museum packs more than the requisite amount of enchantment into a cozy, colorful space that feels less like a museum and more like a playground. Wacky artwork, Rube Goldberg machines, and a playroom make this a must-visit for travelers who have kids, or who never forgot how to be one. As with many popular attractions in Tokyo, the Ghibli Museum fills up quickly; booking reservations a few months in advance wouldn't be a bad idea.

You can only buy your ticket at the ticket vending machines at any Lawson convenience store. Prices range from 100 yen for children between 4-6 years old, 400 yen for 7-12 year-olds, 700 yen for 13-18 year-olds and 1000 yen for adults.


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